Through the Recode LA initiative, Los Angeles is overhauling the city’s zoning code, which dates back to 1946. Recode LA is likely to reduce the number of zones and overlay districts, and allow more in different zones, with fewer restrictions on uses. READ
Los Angeles faces significant deferred sidewalk infrastructure repairs, which pose a health and safety hazard for pedestrians and discourage additional private investment in the city. What’s LA’s plan to address the problem and mounting liability across our neighborhoods? READ
The LA River runs 51 miles from the mountains to the sea, including 32 miles in LA City. We envision a revitalized river with recreational access, a sustainable watershed, natural habitat and enlightened economic development. READ
We all want NFL football back in Los Angeles, but at what cost? Here are some of the issues confronting the city as it considers a professional football stadium downtown — plus some alternative redevelopment concepts for the proposed stadium site. READ MORE »
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